eBay Inc. hires Interacton Designers in Austin, TX

At eBay you will envision, design, and iterate the most compelling user experience solutions that our customers experience on Marketplaces around the world in various product platforms.  You will partner with product managers, user researchers, and front-end engineers to take advantage of opportunities we have in the e-commerce space and address customer pain points with your user experience passion and design creativity.  

As a Lead User Experience Designer for the Global Managed Marketplace Design team, your job is to be an ambassador to the user experience. By taking a proactive approach to designing rich user experience solutions, you and your team drive end-to-end experiences through a thoughtful end-user approach.

This is a seasoned role with the excitement to design for a key business initiative. The Lead designer is a key partner in helping visualize the business, the product experiences and proactively iterating on these models and simulations to move the product forward.


Requirements -

Leadership - This is a self-starter, proactive role for a shipping business unit within the eBay Marketplace. You must be an extraordinary communicator, confident in speaking to user-designed solutions, and technical enough to make designs better through collaboration with Developers.

Hands-on Skills required - Must be able to visualize at a very tight level through mock-ups, prototyping, wireframes and through 'appropriate' visualization that meets the stage of development.

Assume excellent skills in the following;

  • All Adobe CS tool Suite ( Photoshop, Fireworks, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, etc)
  • Demonstrate skills & knowledge of the following technologies and their benefits / uses for interactive & front-end development (JS, AJAX, Flash, HTML)


Interested enough to apply or start a discussion ? Email htripathi@ebay.com to set the ball rolling!!!



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